My favorite non-profit, they do a lot of community work with youth projects, historical preservation, education and water safety. They are by far the most caring group of professionals and we appreciate their dedication.
Professional education and services. Outstanding! Keep the highest standards going, I it is needed in our community.
Excellent organisation, follow the team for the latest updates, news, procedures and safety all round.
They work very hard to promote water safety guideline and programs, pruod to know and learn from them
Kanalu (K38) cares about water safety and surf rescue with knowledge and responsability. With affiliates all around the world, including K38 Portugal, keeps growing steadily towards a "safer for all" water community.
The great organization providing the best education for water safety.
Kanalu K38 fulfills their Mission every day. They educate people on how to be responsible boaters by using boater education sanctions in association with National Safe Boating Council standards and they promote ocean safety knowledge. After many years in service, Kanalu has received well deserved awards for lifesaving, and drowning prevention. Kanalu-K38 Water Safety trains in water safety all over the world traaining first responders, and water rescue personnel. They provide education through K38 Water Safety and their instructors and affiliates, including PWC rescue boat instruction and on water safety management for special events all over the world. A unique nonprofit that provides life-saving instruction.
Thankfully we have a knowledge base from subject matter experts who care about the safety or professionals and works in concert with other boating safety organizations. Thumbs up!
K38 is recognized as a world leader in teaching the skills necessary to perform rescues utilizing RWC. They are responsible for the lives of many who have been caught in the hazards of the marine environment.
Mahalo Steve, we appreciate your support
Kanalu - K38 is a worldwide force of water safety knowledge and intellectual information that nobody in the water rescue field can do with out.
We appreciate our partners in water safety internationally. United we are good stewards have the ability to increase our outreach for educational programs. We appreciate your support and contributions to our water rescue community.
I have enjoyed working on program development with the awards and educational outreach. together we are committed towards serving standardization and best practices that will assist in injury, accident and drowning prevention.
Honored to support Kanalu - K38 for their global and national contributions to drowning prevention, a worldwide crisis.
I have worked in Kanalu-K38 events and found them to be both rewarding and valuable in connecting past cultural-history based practices to future generations of Hawaiians of all races.
Each event was well attended, full of generosity and enthusiasm which was in evidence in both Kanalu-K38 staff as well as the youthful participants.
My role was to develop digital assets in Photography and Video as well as general support and reporting (Journalism).
I am a huge fan of the organization after seeing the easy manner in which it educates and inspires our children in the arenas of water safety as well as diverse cultural practices.
Kanalu (K38) provides a valuable educational outreach service through a variety of programs. These programs serve the greater good in terms of Hawai'ian cultural awareness, global education for lifesaving, an awards program and an association of water rescue safety professionals.
These programs have an international outreach and serve many people and nations. The cultural program is designed to preserve and educate the modern generation in the ways of the ancestral Hawai'ian 'Kanaka Maoli', the people.
Tom Pohaku Stone is a cultural icon representing the Kanaka Maoli. He has held fast to protect and preserve the Historic Hawaiian He'e Nalu and He`eholua Pi`i Mai Ka Nalu, a traditional Hawaiian surfing and sledding outreach program. Tom and Pake AhMow travel the world sharing this knowledge and the first hand experience to participants on creating and laying their hands upon the design and construction of traditional Hawai'ian shaped Papahe’enalu (Surfboards).
"He mea Kanaka Maoli - Native Made", Tom is a native Hawaiian and his master crafstman skills represent 2,000 years of tradition, he is sharing this knowledge with the world and with the youth who are our future. His surfboards have been featured in the Smithsonian Institute and he is a public speaker and a former Professor at the University of Hawaii regarding his culture.
There is no other program like this on planet Earth. Kanalu preserves the ways and paves for the future generations a rekindling spirit of embracing our past to create our future.
Kanalu stands for (Catch the wave), as we look to the horizon we ride the wave of humanity from our ancestral heritage, lest we forget our values, our ways, words, deeds and actions.
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